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Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies 2 (2010)


1. On the Nature of Lexical Concepts
Vyvyan Evans
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 11-45

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.1
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2. Sociolectal Variation in the Length of Color Terms Used in Advertising
Alena Anishchanka, Dirk Speelman, Dirk Geeraerts
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 47-79

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.2
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3. Neo-Classical Neological Formations in the English Language
Jelisaveta Milojević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 81-92

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.3
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4. Grammaticalisation and Generative Theory: the Case of Epistemic "Promise"
Maja Lubańska
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 93-111

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.4
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5. Intercultural Comunication: Malay and Thai University Student’s Refusals to Request
Maryam Farnia, Hiba Abdul Sattar Qusay
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 113-132

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.5
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6. Learning Through Contrasting: Student’s Projects at the Department of English, Faculty of Filology in Belgrade
Ivana Trbojević Milošević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 133-145

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.6
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7. Hortus Conclusus: a Visual Discourse Analysis Based on a Critical Literacy Approach to Education
Milica Stojanović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 147-164

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.7
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8. "Out of the Acids of Rage": Philip Levin’s Poems About Detroit
Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 167-186

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.8
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9. "The Thought of What America": Ezra Pound’s Strange Optimism
John R O Gery
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 187-205

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.9
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10. Fathoming Snapshots and Poetry
Teresa Bruś
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 207-218

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.10
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11. Literary Parody in the First Decade of the Twenty-first Century
Olga Glebova
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 219-233

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.11
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12. Groping Together, Avoiding Speech: Eliot, Greene, Lacan
Brian Willems
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 235-250

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.12
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13. A Linguistic and Multimodal Analysis of the Construction of the Character of Anton Chigurh in "No country for Old Men"
Elisabetta Zurru
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 251-273

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.13
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14. The No. 1 Parisian Detective Agency: Vidocq and the "Third Space" of the Private Police
Rosemary Peters
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 275-305

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.14
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15. Political Aspects of Shakespeare’s History Plays: Modernist and Postmodernist Readings in a ’Conflict of Interpretations’
Zorica Bečanović-Nikolić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2010. - Vol. 2, p. 307-318

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2010.2.15
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